put a round headband over your head, then pull small pieces of hair, twist and tuck each one under the headband. by Ppurple
Ppurple
Ppurple put a round headband over your head, then pull small pieces of hair, twist and tuck each one under the headband.
Hair stuff
put a round headband over your head, then pull small pieces of hair, twist and tuck each one under the headband. it's quick, and keeps the by JessicaNicole
JessicaNicole
JessicaNicole put a round headband over your head, then pull small pieces of hair, twist and tuck each one under the headband. it's quick, and keeps the
Hair Styles
put a round headband over your head, then pull small pieces of hair, twist and tuck each one under the headband. its quick, and keeps the by Claudia2013
Claudia2013
Claudia2013 put a round headband over your head, then pull small pieces of hair, twist and tuck each one under the headband. its quick, and keeps the
Hair
put a round headband over your head, then pull small pieces of hair, twist and tuck each one under the headband. it's quick, and keeps the by lynnette
lynnette
lynnette put a round headband over your head, then pull small pieces of hair, twist and tuck each one under the headband. it's quick, and keeps the
Fab Fashion
Put a round headband over your head, then pull small pieces of hair, twist and tuck each one under the headband. it's quick, and keeps the by sigulya
sigulya
sigulya Put a round headband over your head, then pull small pieces of hair, twist and tuck each one under the headband. it's quick, and keeps the
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put a round headband over your head, then pull small pieces of hair, twist and tuck each one under the headband. it's quick, and keeps the by gloriaU
gloriaU
gloriaU put a round headband over your head, then pull small pieces of hair, twist and tuck each one under the headband. it's quick, and keeps the
Hair and Beauty
put a round headband over your head, then pull small pieces of hair, twist and tuck each one under the headband. it's quick, and keeps the hair out of your face! by batjas88
batjas88
batjas88 put a round headband over your head, then pull small pieces of hair, twist and tuck each one under the headband. it's quick, and keeps the hair out of your face!
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"Put the hair elastic on like a crown. Roll the length of your hair and twist it up. Then just keep tucking your hair into the headband until secure. Tuck the sides in and you’re done! And you know how elastic headbands never stay in long, they just keep sliding down your head? This stays amazingly well." by gloriaU
gloriaU
gloriaU "Put the hair elastic on like a crown. Roll the length of your hair and twist it up. Then just keep tucking your hair into the headband until secure. Tuck the sides in and you’re done! And you know how elastic headbands never stay in long, they just keep sliding down your head? This stays amazingly well."
Hair and Beauty
1. Part your hair, wherever your part happens to fall naturally.

2. We’re starting with the weave-braid-ish thing at the top. Grab a chunk of hair from either side of your head, I took mine from the vicinity of around/right above my ear. Give each chunk a couple of twists, maybe spritz with a little water or product if your hair is especially slippery, and then cross them, right over left, in the back of your head.

3. Grab two more chunks, this time from lower–I did behind/below the ear. These will make the second/lower weave and basically hold your ponytail in place. Twist them a time or two (i find twisting them–but not supertight, just once or twice–gives the braid a little definition.) and spritz. Cross these over the same way you did the first ones, with right side on top of left side, and then combine them with the first two chunks. You should now be holding a piece of hair in your right hand, a piece of hair in your left hand, and still have a lot flowing free at the nape of your neck.

4. Now we’re going to make the ponytail. You can do it two ways: use a ponytail holder, whihc will be covered up by the crossed-over pieces, or just use your hair has the ponytail holder. If you are using a ponytail holder, gather the remaining hair and make it into a low ponytail, below the crossed-over stuff we did before. (Probably easiest to have a friend do this while you hold your crosses in place still.) Then, wrap the ends of your crossed-over-pieces around the ponytail holder by crossing the one on the leftside, underneath the ponytail and then across the top, and then cross the right side underneath and then back over top. Cross them both under again, combine them, and use a bobby pin or two to hold them under the ponytail. (TO do this, put the hair in the bobbypin and then push the bobbypin upwards, or upside down, into the ponytail holder. by aniellabrooke
aniellabrooke
aniellabrooke 1. Part your hair, wherever your part happens to fall naturally. 2. We’re starting with the weave-braid-ish thing at the top. Grab a chunk of hair from either side of your head, I took mine from the vicinity of around/right above my ear. Give each chunk a couple of twists, maybe spritz with a little water or product if your hair is especially slippery, and then cross them, right over left, in the back of your head. 3. Grab two more chunks, this time from lower–I did behind/below the ear. These will make the second/lower weave and basically hold your ponytail in place. Twist them a time or two (i find twisting them–but not supertight, just once or twice–gives the braid a little definition.) and spritz. Cross these over the same way you did the first ones, with right side on top of left side, and then combine them with the first two chunks. You should now be holding a piece of hair in your right hand, a piece of hair in your left hand, and still have a lot flowing free at the nape of your neck. 4. Now we’re going to make the ponytail. You can do it two ways: use a ponytail holder, whihc will be covered up by the crossed-over pieces, or just use your hair has the ponytail holder. If you are using a ponytail holder, gather the remaining hair and make it into a low ponytail, below the crossed-over stuff we did before. (Probably easiest to have a friend do this while you hold your crosses in place still.) Then, wrap the ends of your crossed-over-pieces around the ponytail holder by crossing the one on the leftside, underneath the ponytail and then across the top, and then cross the right side underneath and then back over top. Cross them both under again, combine them, and use a bobby pin or two to hold them under the ponytail. (TO do this, put the hair in the bobbypin and then push the bobbypin upwards, or upside down, into the ponytail holder.
Things to do
3. Comb out hair, and slip on your headband (it should fall halfway between your hairline and your brows).     4. Band together the ends of your hair with a clear elastic, then give the tail a twist and tuck it up, over, and into the headband. Tuck in as little or as much as you like!     5. Finish with a mist of strong hold hair spray   @Martha Stewart Weddings Magazine by Maiden11976
Maiden11976
Maiden11976 3. Comb out hair, and slip on your headband (it should fall halfway between your hairline and your brows). 4. Band together the ends of your hair with a clear elastic, then give the tail a twist and tuck it up, over, and into the headband. Tuck in as little or as much as you like! 5. Finish with a mist of strong hold hair spray @Martha Stewart Weddings Magazine
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Going to have to try this! 3. Comb out hair, and slip on your headband (it should fall halfway between your hairline and your brows).     4. Band together the ends of your hair with a clear elastic, then give the tail a twist and tuck it up, over, and into the headband. Tuck in as little or as much as you like!     5. Finish with a mist of strong hold hair spray   @Martha Stewart Weddings Magazine by ajct
ajct
ajct Going to have to try this! 3. Comb out hair, and slip on your headband (it should fall halfway between your hairline and your brows). 4. Band together the ends of your hair with a clear elastic, then give the tail a twist and tuck it up, over, and into the headband. Tuck in as little or as much as you like! 5. Finish with a mist of strong hold hair spray @Martha Stewart Weddings Magazine
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Natural looking curls? Yes, please! Another Pinner: Things needed: Thin Elastic Headband 1) Get your hair a little damp (I did it dry & it worked fine) 2) Put the elastic headband around your head (partly over your forehead) 3) Get a section of hair and twist away from face 4) Loop it around headband and add hair to your next twist (My mistake was looping it around all at once. Once you loop it, take the remaining hair and add a little more, twist and then loop again) 5) Repeat around the ent... by celina.neo
celina.neo
celina.neo Natural looking curls? Yes, please! Another Pinner: Things needed: Thin Elastic Headband 1) Get your hair a little damp (I did it dry & it worked fine) 2) Put the elastic headband around your head (partly over your forehead) 3) Get a section of hair and twist away from face 4) Loop it around headband and add hair to your next twist (My mistake was looping it around all at once. Once you loop it, take the remaining hair and add a little more, twist and then loop again) 5) Repeat around the ent...
Hair Care
1. brush hair to one side 2. place headband on top of hair 3. twist one strand of hair from underneath the headband and tuck it in(like in the overnight curly hair tutorial i did for the wedding edition) 4. keep doing this until it reaches the back. Do the same for another strand on the other side of your head. 5. When the two strands meet, twine them together from underneath the headband. 6. keep adding pieces by aracelipama
aracelipama
aracelipama 1. brush hair to one side 2. place headband on top of hair 3. twist one strand of hair from underneath the headband and tuck it in(like in the overnight curly hair tutorial i did for the wedding edition) 4. keep doing this until it reaches the back. Do the same for another strand on the other side of your head. 5. When the two strands meet, twine them together from underneath the headband. 6. keep adding pieces
hair
1. brush hair to one side 2. place headband on top of hair 3. twist one strand of hair from underneath the headband and tuck it in(like in the overnight curly hair tutorial i did for the wedding edition) 4. keep doing this until it reaches the back. Do the same for another strand on the other side of your head. 5. When the two strands meet, twine them together from underneath the headband. 6. keep adding pieces by stefanofff
stefanofff
stefanofff 1. brush hair to one side 2. place headband on top of hair 3. twist one strand of hair from underneath the headband and tuck it in(like in the overnight curly hair tutorial i did for the wedding edition) 4. keep doing this until it reaches the back. Do the same for another strand on the other side of your head. 5. When the two strands meet, twine them together from underneath the headband. 6. keep adding pieces
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all you have to do is put the headband on top of your hair (while your hair is down) and then grab your hair at the back and tuck it into the headband. The messier the better! by robindu
robindu
robindu all you have to do is put the headband on top of your hair (while your hair is down) and then grab your hair at the back and tuck it into the headband. The messier the better!
Hair and Make-up
pull back wavy hair and shift if over to one side of your neck, letting face-framing pieces fall free. begin braiding at the nape then tie by Makia55
Makia55
Makia55 pull back wavy hair and shift if over to one side of your neck, letting face-framing pieces fall free. begin braiding at the nape then tie
Braids
Bandana - Pinup style   Put your hair in a messy bun.  Then fold the Bandana until about 3" wide.  Place the center on the nape of your neck and tie to a knot on top of your head.  Tuck ends under. Pin with a few hairclips for an all day hold by emily
emily
emily Bandana - Pinup style Put your hair in a messy bun. Then fold the Bandana until about 3" wide. Place the center on the nape of your neck and tie to a knot on top of your head. Tuck ends under. Pin with a few hairclips for an all day hold
the maine
all you have to do is put the headband on top of your hair (while your hair is down) and then grab your hair at the back and tuck it into by themfamily
themfamily
themfamily all you have to do is put the headband on top of your hair (while your hair is down) and then grab your hair at the back and tuck it into
beauty
All you have to do is put the headband on top of your hair (while your hair is down) and then grab your hair at the back and tuck it into by robindu
robindu
robindu All you have to do is put the headband on top of your hair (while your hair is down) and then grab your hair at the back and tuck it into
Hair and Make-up
You just put your hair in a pony tail at the front of your head (where bangs would be). Then curl in 1 inch sections straight down (if you have layers like me you may need to go back over some of the shorter pieces). Then run your fingers through, take the holder out, AND YOUR DONE!!! by KariB
KariB
KariB You just put your hair in a pony tail at the front of your head (where bangs would be). Then curl in 1 inch sections straight down (if you have layers like me you may need to go back over some of the shorter pieces). Then run your fingers through, take the holder out, AND YOUR DONE!!!
hair style
Here's how to style a twisted bun: 1. Pull half of hair up in a rubber band. 2. Put bottom half of hair in a low ponytail. 3-4. Take a small section of hair and twist it until it curls naturally into little 'twists'. 5-6. Pin your pieces and continue until the entire bottom ponytail is covered in twists. 7-8. Let the top part of your hair down. Twist the sides and cover the back 'bun' with more twisted pieces. 9-10. Twist in the top pieces, by Mariya pp
Mariya pp
Mariya pp Here's how to style a twisted bun: 1. Pull half of hair up in a rubber band. 2. Put bottom half of hair in a low ponytail. 3-4. Take a small section of hair and twist it until it curls naturally into little 'twists'. 5-6. Pin your pieces and continue until the entire bottom ponytail is covered in twists. 7-8. Let the top part of your hair down. Twist the sides and cover the back 'bun' with more twisted pieces. 9-10. Twist in the top pieces,
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Half updo back tuck- Emma hair option- This is a loose, fancy-free and still very romantic way to wear short hair. Pull back half of your hair and put it into a back tuck. Then let the remaining hair hang down. by laragon
laragon
laragon Half updo back tuck- Emma hair option- This is a loose, fancy-free and still very romantic way to wear short hair. Pull back half of your hair and put it into a back tuck. Then let the remaining hair hang down.
FOR ME
Bohemian braid tutorial. Helpful tips: Fold the bottom part of your hair forward, up and through the hole. Then pull down and through, pull out and tighten.  (Something I found that is helpful is I did a small braid in between each twist braid.) Repeat again. After the second twist braid, take out the 2nd clear hair tie, then repeat the process all the way down. by dresdenfan
dresdenfan
dresdenfan Bohemian braid tutorial. Helpful tips: Fold the bottom part of your hair forward, up and through the hole. Then pull down and through, pull out and tighten. (Something I found that is helpful is I did a small braid in between each twist braid.) Repeat again. After the second twist braid, take out the 2nd clear hair tie, then repeat the process all the way down.
hair
Take a section of the hair from one side of the head and pull it back, pinning it in place with a Kirby grip. Then twist that lock of hair by francisca
francisca
francisca Take a section of the hair from one side of the head and pull it back, pinning it in place with a Kirby grip. Then twist that lock of hair
Dressed
headband twist...KEEP TAKING SECTIONS OF HAIR FROM UNDER HEADBAND AND TWIST UP AND OVER by Anlij
Anlij
Anlij headband twist...KEEP TAKING SECTIONS OF HAIR FROM UNDER HEADBAND AND TWIST UP AND OVER
Make-me-up
Heidi Klum's Twisted and Bobby-Pinned Updo..To begin, draw the top section of hair--everything from the ears up and secure in a ponytail. Next, pull the lower section of hair and secure it with a hair elastic directly under the first ponytail.  Then take one-inch pieces and tightly twist them.  Loop the twists at random and pin them into place.  Finish the look with a good misting of hairspray. by angeline
angeline
angeline Heidi Klum's Twisted and Bobby-Pinned Updo..To begin, draw the top section of hair--everything from the ears up and secure in a ponytail. Next, pull the lower section of hair and secure it with a hair elastic directly under the first ponytail. Then take one-inch pieces and tightly twist them. Loop the twists at random and pin them into place. Finish the look with a good misting of hairspray.
All Dressed Up
Take a section of hair from the left and pull it to the right and pin it. then take a piece from the right and cross it over to the left. tuck the hair under the piece of hair from the left and pin it. by gertrude
gertrude
gertrude Take a section of hair from the left and pull it to the right and pin it. then take a piece from the right and cross it over to the left. tuck the hair under the piece of hair from the left and pin it.
Pretty.
Our fishtail braid tutorial: STEP 1 Tease the crown area of the hair to create a little volume on the top of the head. STEP 2 Take a section of hair from either side of the head. STEP 3 Cross the two pieces of hair over each other. STEP 4 Take small sections of hair from the outer side of the head and pass over into the opposite section of hair. STEP 5 Continue using the same technique right down to the bottom of the hair. STEP 6 Pull the braid by gertrude
gertrude
gertrude Our fishtail braid tutorial: STEP 1 Tease the crown area of the hair to create a little volume on the top of the head. STEP 2 Take a section of hair from either side of the head. STEP 3 Cross the two pieces of hair over each other. STEP 4 Take small sections of hair from the outer side of the head and pass over into the opposite section of hair. STEP 5 Continue using the same technique right down to the bottom of the hair. STEP 6 Pull the braid
Pretty.
Split the hair into two even sections. Step 2: Braid each ponytail into a simple braid. Secure each braid with a ponytail. Use your fingers to ensure that the braid is flat. Step 3: Cross the two braids. Step 4: Pull the two braids so that forms a knot with your hair. Step 5: Tuck the remaining hairs either over or under, so that no pieces are left out. Step 6: Use bobby pins to secure . by King_guosir
King_guosir
King_guosir Split the hair into two even sections. Step 2: Braid each ponytail into a simple braid. Secure each braid with a ponytail. Use your fingers to ensure that the braid is flat. Step 3: Cross the two braids. Step 4: Pull the two braids so that forms a knot with your hair. Step 5: Tuck the remaining hairs either over or under, so that no pieces are left out. Step 6: Use bobby pins to secure .
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Put on headband, set on top of hair. Tease crown of hair to add volume. Take chunk of hair from either side of head, and tuck/loop it under the headband. Hair should wrap around the elastic part of the headband and cover it. Continue taking sections of hair and looping it around elastic back of the headband. You can adjust and spread hair as needed to make sure headband is completely hidden. by gertrude
gertrude
gertrude Put on headband, set on top of hair. Tease crown of hair to add volume. Take chunk of hair from either side of head, and tuck/loop it under the headband. Hair should wrap around the elastic part of the headband and cover it. Continue taking sections of hair and looping it around elastic back of the headband. You can adjust and spread hair as needed to make sure headband is completely hidden.
Pretty.
Copy Julianne's stunning look by curling all of your hair and then sweeping it into a side pontytail. Next, wrap a sliver of hair from the pony around the elastic that's securing the style to conceal it, and then randomly pull up and pin pieces of hair from the ponytail into the side of your head, giving it that perfectly-undone effect. by jessie
jessie
jessie Copy Julianne's stunning look by curling all of your hair and then sweeping it into a side pontytail. Next, wrap a sliver of hair from the pony around the elastic that's securing the style to conceal it, and then randomly pull up and pin pieces of hair from the ponytail into the side of your head, giving it that perfectly-undone effect.
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